|Photo by Kevin Hoffman/The Mercury Pottstown’s Austin Debnam (2) deflects a pass away from Owen J. Roberts’ Jay Thomas while teammate Denzel Harvey also defends late in the fourth quarter of Thursday’s 26-21 Trojans’ win.|
By Don Seeley
BUCKTOWN — Good defense hasn’t exactly been Pottstown’s rally cry this fall. Allowing a very generous 409 yards and 38 points a game certainly lends itself to being analyzed, criticized and, at times, ostracized. Even more so when there haven’t been a whole heck of a lot of issues on the other side of the ball.
So, down to their final game, with the opportunity to finish with the program’s first non-losing season in 10 long years, the Trojans played ... defense.
They buckled down, not under, and came up with their own share of big defensive plays Thursday morning to hold off host Owen J. Roberts, 26-21, in the 53rd renewal of the their Thanksgiving Day series.
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